CDB looking to assist young entrepreneurs in C’bean countries

CDB looking to assist young entrepreneurs in C’bean countries

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Jamaica
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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — The Barbados-based Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) on Monday announced it was inviting applications from young entrepreneurs in several regional countries to participate in a technology incubation programme that provides business support services.

It said that the Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurship Programme (CTEP) is an initiative of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the World Bank Group in partnership with the Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre and is intended for small entrepreneurs in Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean and Haiti.

“It tailors support for participants according to the stage at which the entrepreneur or firm is currently operating. CTEP addresses two main problems faced by youth: the lack of appropriate job opportunities and the lack of a regional strategy to promote entrepreneurship and innovation,” the CDB said.

The region’s premier financial institution said CTEP follows the successful Youth Employment in Digital Animation Industries project in Jamaica.

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — The Barbados-based Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) on Monday announced it was inviting applications from young entrepreneurs in several regional countries to participate in a technology incubation programme that provides business support services.

It said that the Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurship Programme (CTEP) is an initiative of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the World Bank Group in partnership with the Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre and is intended for small entrepreneurs in Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean and Haiti.

“It tailors support for participants according to the stage at which the entrepreneur or firm is currently operating. CTEP addresses two main problems faced by youth: the lack of appropriate job opportunities and the lack of a regional strategy to promote entrepreneurship and innovation,” the CDB said.

The region’s premier financial institution said CTEP follows the successful Youth Employment in Digital Animation Industries project in Jamaica.

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — The Barbados-based Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) on Monday announced it was inviting applications from young entrepreneurs in several regional countries to participate in a technology incubation programme that provides business support services.

It said that the Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurship Programme (CTEP) is an initiative of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the World Bank Group in partnership with the Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre and is intended for small entrepreneurs in Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean and Haiti.

“It tailors support for participants according to the stage at which the entrepreneur or firm is currently operating. CTEP addresses two main problems faced by youth: the lack of appropriate job opportunities and the lack of a regional strategy to promote entrepreneurship and innovation,” the CDB said.

The region’s premier financial institution said CTEP follows the successful Youth Employment in Digital Animation Industries project in Jamaica.

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — The Barbados-based Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) on Monday announced it was inviting applications from young entrepreneurs in several regional countries to participate in a technology incubation programme that provides business support services.

It said that the Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurship Programme (CTEP) is an initiative of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the World Bank Group in partnership with the Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre and is intended for small entrepreneurs in Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean and Haiti.

“It tailors support for participants according to the stage at which the entrepreneur or firm is currently operating. CTEP addresses two main problems faced by youth: the lack of appropriate job opportunities and the lack of a regional strategy to promote entrepreneurship and innovation,” the CDB said.

The region’s premier financial institution said CTEP follows the successful Youth Employment in Digital Animation Industries project in Jamaica.